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Menu Maker: Recipes from Class 5 at West Twyford

Zain's Hummus Tahina

This is a traditional dish from the Middle East and the home-made version always tastes better than the one from the supermarket

Serves up to 6

TS (see abbreviations)

1 14-oz can chick peas
1 lemon
2 Tablespoon Tahina (cream of sesame)
pinch of salt
1 clove garlic (optional)

1. Empty the chickpeas into cold water and wash
2. Put in a liquidiser and add ¼ cup cold water
3. Add juice of the lemon, salt, crushed garlic and tahini cream
4. Blend until thickened

Serve cold with crackers, pitta bread or naan

By Zain, 10, Park Royal, London

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